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12014Collateral Benefits Arising From Mass Administration Of Azithromycin In The Control Of Active Trachoma In Resource Limited Settings
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22014The “lost Vision” Of EAJO
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32014Discrepancies In Trachoma Control Policies And Practices In The Last Decade
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42014Editorial: Tips On How To Write A Competitive Research Proposal
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52013What Is The Appropriate Age Range Of Individuals To Be Included In A Survey To. Estimate The Prevalence Of Trachomatous Trichiasis?
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62013Authors Guidelines
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72013The Prevalence And Pattern Of Visual Impairment And Blindness Among Primary School Pupils In Kitale Municipality, Kenya
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82013Active Trachoma Is An Infectious Disease, Stop Treating It Administratively
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92013Epidemiological Assessment Of A Large Geographical Area With Clustered Trachoma: The Upper Eastern Kenya Survey
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102013Tips On How To Review A Paper Presented For Publication
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112013Trachoma Prevalence Survey Methods In Kenya: Past, Present And Future
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122013Innovative Trachoma Survey Methods To Justify MDA And Surgical Services In Large Administrative Districts
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132013Quantitative Survey Methods
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142013Using Endnote To Manage Bibliographic Information
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152012The “segment Knockout” Survey Method For Large Trachoma-endemic Districts
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162012The Trachoma Surveys By Segment And “TT40” Methods In Seven Districts In Kenya
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172012Costs Of Surveys And Mass Drug Administration (MDA) For Active Trachoma In High And Low Endemic Districts In Kenya
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182012Costs And Consequences Of Trachoma Survey And Mass Drug Administration In The Narok District In Kenya
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192011What Is The Appropriate Age Range Of Individuals To Be Included In A Survey To Estimate The Prevalence Of Trachomatous Trichiasis?
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202011Cost And Consequences Of Trachoma Survey And Mass Drug Administration In The Narok District In Kenya (abstract)
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212010Are Blind People More Likely To Accept Free Cataract Surgery? A Study Of Vision-Related Quality Of Life And Visual Acuity In Kenya.
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222009Intraocular Pressure In Patients Receiving Intravitreal Triamcinolone Acetanide In Kikuyu Eye Unit, Kenya.
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232009Prevalence Of Significant Refractive Errors In High School Students In Meru Municipality In Kenya.
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242008Barriers To Utilization Of Eye Care Services In Nairobi Comprehensive Eye Care Project
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252008Baseline Trachoma Survey In The ELCK-Arsim Integrated Development Project Of Samburu District, Kenya
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262008Eye Disease And Visual Impairment In Kibera And Dagoreti Divisions Of Nairobi, Kenya.
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272008Height As Proxy For Weight In Mass Azithromycin Dosing Of Kenyan Children With Active Trachoma.
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282008Outcome And Barriers In Kericho, Bureti And Bomet Districts, Kenya. East Afr J Ophthalmol
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292007Rapid Assessment Of Cataract Surgical Services In Embu District, Kenya
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302007Prevalence Of Active And Potentially Blinding Trachoma In Laikipia District, Kenya
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312007KAP Survey On Treatment Of Eye Diseases Among Traditional Healers In Kitui District Of Kenya East Afr J Ophthalmol
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322007Eye Diseases In A High HIV-risk Group; The Majengo Commercial Sex Workers In Nairobi, Kenya. East Afr J Ophthalmol
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332007Editorial: It Is Time For Evidence Based Community Interventions In Prevention Of Blindness
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342007Refractive Status Of Type II Diabetic Patients At Kenyatta National Hospital
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352007Efficacy Of Topical Prednisolone Phosphate 1% Eye Drops In Reducing Recurrences After Bare Sclera Pterygium Surgery
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362007Visual Loss And Ocular Involvement In Adult Patients With Intracranial Neoplasms In Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya
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372007Trachoma Control Using The Who Adopted “safe With Azithromycin”
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382006Prevalence Of Trachoma In Six Districts Of Kenya
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392006Editorial: VISION 2020 "The Right To Sight" Global Initiative: Update
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402006Prevalence Of Visual Impairment And Blindness In A Nairobi Urban Population
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412006Significant Refractive Errors In Standard Eight Pupils Attending Public Schools In Kibera Division Of Nairobi City
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422006Vision Of Public Service Vehicle (PSV) Drivers And Road Traffic Accidents In Nairobi City
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432006Conjunctival Squamous Cell Carcinoma In Patients With Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection Seen At Two Hospitals In Kenya
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442005Barriers To Utilization Of Eye Care Services Among Slum Dwellers Of Kibera In Nairobi, Kenya East Afr. Med
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452003The Prevalence And Pattern Of Trachoma In Shompole Location, Magadi Division Of Kajiado District, Kenya
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462003The Prevalence And Pattern Of Trachoma In Shompole Location, Magadi Division Of Kajiado District, Kenya
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472001Accessibility And Delivery Of Cataract Surgery In Africa
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482000National Prevention Of Blindness Programmes And VISION 2020; Africa Programme: Kenya
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492000African Programme: Kenya
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502000Review Article On Africa Eye Programme : Kenya
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511999Costs And Productivity Of Cataract Surgery In Different Eye Care Settings In Kenya
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521990Commitant Esotropia In A Kenyan African Population At Kenyatta National Hospital.
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